Images from Iceland and Reykjavik, it's Capital City.
There's no use for a GPS with a highly detailed map of Iceland like this. Google earth would be happy if they had this richness of detail.
View down to the entrance of Hallgrímskirkja. The picture has been taken at the top of the Hallgrímskirkja tower.
View from the tower of Hallgrímskirkja down to Reykjavík city.
The top of the tower of Hallgrímskirkja enables a nice view over Reykjavík and the surrounding environment.
If you know it, please let us know the name of the building.
The opera in Reykjavík with some boats in the harbour in front of it.
Some ignorant people may call it Höfði house. We, we call it Resident Evil mansion.
Real art as we like it!
A friendly fire hydrant from Reykjavik.
Nobody knows why!?! Maybe art?
As my dear friend would say: I'm here to kick ass and chew bubble gum, but I'm all out of gum!
This really useful graffiti shows three ways how to bend a tie.
Please recognize the wealth of the anatomically correct details. It is obvious that the artist just recently visited the Icelandic Phallological Museum.
Anatomically correct painting of an islandic horse. The artist put particularly much effort in the details of the rear side of the horse.
Two ships at the dry dock in the harbour at Reykjavík.
Harbour at Reykjavík wit some awesome ships!
Skyline of Reykjavík from the sea side.
Deep atmosphere on the ocean with some clouds covering the sun.
The name badge of the (name giving to all geysers) first Geysir.
15 meters tall water fountain of a geyser erruption in Iceland.
Litli Geysir, a.k.a. Baby Geyser as it can be seen during the golden circle tour in Iceland.
Watching the steaming Geyser while waiting for an erruption.
Hot spring next to the geysers.
A small lake inside one of the many volcano craters in Iceland.
Outside view of a small wooden church in Iceland.
Interior of a colorful wooden church.
What was the name of this dude who's carrying his dead son?!?
A chained stone pile, SM style! (Kinky Icelandic Folks!)
Replica of an ancient viking fram in iceland.
Inside a viking house. No wonder the vikings prefered there business travels to other european contries rather than staying in those low-ceilinged apartments.
Either a viking skeleton or somebody who met a viking (who made him/her a skeleton - vikings had this skeleton producing kind of habits).
A rainbow over one of Icelands biggest waterfalls.
Beautiful waterfall seen at the golden circle tour in iceland.
Mystical view of a foggy waterfall.
An other nice view of a steaming waterfall in Iceland.
Nice view of a waterfall in Iceland. If you take a closer look, you'll notice that the water is coming out of the rocks and there's actually no visible river feeding the waterfall.
Feed time at an Icelandic dragon lair - the brave warriors are on there way to rescue the virgin, but they have never been seen again.
A typical Icelandic landscape with some thermal springs.
An other great view over rift valley in Iceland. This has been taked during one of the golden circle tours.
Landscape of rift valley.
Typical Icelandic landscape.
Vulcanic ash colored the ice of the glacier black.
The legendary Sea Baron! His Lobster Soup is world famous! A must eat by any means necessary!
Delicious Whale meat at the Sea Baron. The whale has been catched for scientific purpose only!
Beer menu at Micro - a small bar in Reykjavík, a.k.a. the beer drinkers paradise!
Animal penises from the Icelandic Phallological Museum at Reykjavik. From left to right: A penis. A cock. A dick. A phallus, A dong, A prick, A weenie, A pee-pee, a winkie and of course a wiener. Just in case you're curious, the blue whale penis is the king of the animal penises.
We witnessed a dragon hatching from his egg. A rather common spectacle. We christened her Elfriede.
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